As new innovations, such as the 3-D printer take hold, Grace Century continues to search for the next ?big thing? in life sciences and healthcare. According to Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century, “The Osteiod is exactly the kind of product that we look for to bring value to our investors in the right space. … Continue reading Medical cast using 3D printing could heal broken bones faster
News related to the wider world of biotechnology and healthcare developments and the adjoining investment landscape, with Grace Century’s expert views and opinions.
According to Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century, ?My university statistician professor started the very first day of class by saying ‘100% of the people who ate pickles in 1742′ died. Therefore pickles cause death.’ That comment has stuck with me over the years on just how much statistics can be manipulated to anyone?s benefit.” … Continue reading Survey showed doctors are increasing their use of electronic medical records – really?
The search for a cure and relef in all areas of healthcare will not stop any time soon… Stem cell therapy for Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) By Dr. Scott Brandt August 23, 2014, 12:39 pm
As universities and research centers around the world, continue to unravel the wonders of stem cells, we will consistently continue to read about studies and hear about promising news from many sources. We are experiencing the stem cell revolution, and the possibilities are endless. “We know one thing for sure, the younger the cells are … Continue reading Pioneering stem cell treatment could offer hope to 750,000 heart patients
Trends such as telemedicine and mobility are quickly becoming not only accepted, but demanded by both providers and users in the healthcare sector,? says Scott Wolf, Director of Research and CEO of Grace Century. According to Wolf and just as the article below articulates, Grace Century’s Quantum Group project has been incorporating the telemedicine capability … Continue reading Telemedicine and mobile healthcare trends in greater demand
One of the key benefits associated with electronic health records is data mining,? says Scott Wolf, Director of Reserach and CEO of Grace Century. Never before have we been able to gather, sort, and turn raw data into useable information in relation to healthcare. This information obviously is a key ingredient in our project, The … Continue reading Electronic Health Records and the use patients? work information to address health issues
Like bees to honey?…everybody can see the potential of health apps and smartphones,? says Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century. “We have seen this happening for years now,” according to Noel Guillama, President of The Quantum Group Inc., Grace Century’s electronic medical record project. “There are plenty of patents pending in the healthcare app space, … Continue reading Like “bees to honey”–the potential of health apps and smartphones
Hope for future treatment of thousands of stroke sufferers from stem cells Brain damage caused by strokes could be repaired thanks to a new treatment which could revolutionise the treatment for the deadly condition. This is one of the many breakthrough and promising studies being done using a person?s own stem cells. As we have … Continue reading Brain damage caused by strokes could be repaired thanks to a new stem cell treatment
For Immediate Release Contact: Laurie Pehar Borsh PR LauriePeharBorsh@LPBPR.com PR@gracecentury.com +1-8009152151×706 Ras Al Khaimah, UAE (July 29, 2014)?Grace Century, has announced that a $10M allotment in Preferred Series AA, 5% has been agreed with U.K.?s joint relationship between Pro-Activ Group and Property Accountancy & Management Ltd. to advance the EHR (electronic health record) project with … Continue reading Grace Century?s Electronic Health Records Project, The Quantum Group, Signs $10 Million Funding Agreement with U.K.?s Pro-Activ Group
NBC Nightlly News Published online: June 27, 2014 Our cells are the strongest and most adaptive when we are young.
British Dental Journal 216, 612 (2014) Published online: 13 June 2014 | doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2014.469 Stem cells from teeth can develop and form complex networks of brain-like cells, according to laboratory studies undertaken at the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Stem Cell Research. Although these cells haven’t developed into fully fledged neurons, researchers believe it’s just a … Continue reading Dental stem cells may assist stroke patients
By Laura Landro – June 9, 2014 7:02 p.m. ET More health care providers are encouraging patients to correct errors in their medical records, allowing them to view their doctors’ notes about them online, and add their own thoughts. WSJ’s Laura Landro discusses with Tanya Rivero on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Health-care providers are giving … Continue reading Health-Care Providers Want Patients to Read Medical Records, Spot Errors
By Shuchita Kapur – Wednesday, June 04, 2014 The UAE is the most popular work destination for professionals, according to a new report by professional networking site LinkedIn, which also reveals that India is the leading provider of expat talent to the UAE. The findings are based on a global study of 300 million members … Continue reading UAE world’s top destination for professionals: LinkedIn
La Jolla, California – Monday, May 19, 2014, 10:00 Hrs [IST] Mice crippled by an autoimmune disease similar to multiple sclerosis (MS) regained the ability to walk and run after a team of researchers led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), University of Utah and University of California (UC), Irvine implanted human stem … Continue reading Stem cell therapy shows promise for multiple sclerosis in mouse model